GARETH BALE is willing to move to Manchester United in the summer if Real Madrid finally decide to sell him, according to The Independent. This is due to a clause in his personal contract with Adidas that states he must wear a number 10 shirt, something now occupied by the England captain.
Nonetheless, he has managed 11 goals and 13 assists and the newspaper claims he is "plugged into" Los Blancos' quest for a first La Liga and European Cup double since 1953.
Griezmann has always been linked with a possible move to Old Trafford, while this week the French forwards suffered yet another Champions League defeat to Real Madrid in the semifinal of the competition. And when the transfer window eventually opens in June, he will have no shortage of suitors vying for his signature.
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Mourinho is hoping to make the changes to his squad he feels will deliver a group capable of challenging for the Premier League title next season.
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Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane reportedly faces a huge decision regarding Gareth Bale, who has missed a lot of football this season.
The report also indicates that the deal will only go ahead on the condition Wayne Rooney leaves the club in the summer.
James still has more than three years left to run on his current deal with Real Madrid, and he is likely to command a sizable fee.
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It's unlikely United will sign two marquee players and it may well come down to whether Griezmann signs as to whether they pursue a move for Bale.